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Location reviews

Total rating of Maiori

4.3 out of 5 (3 Customer reviews)
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This is what holiday rental customers wrote about Maiori 

  • 5.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 11/09/2013, travel period: August 2013

    “It is a very nice place with lots of little shops, you can get everything here. The beach and sea are right on the doorstep and are very clean.”

    This review has been given for property no. 656063 The review of the location has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language

  • 3.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 23/06/2012, travel period: June 2012

    “Maiori was a nice little place with nice people. Many restoranger with good food (Dedalo recommended). The beaches were OK.”

    This review has been given for property no. 292186 The review of the location has been automatically translated from Swedish. Back to the original language

  • 5.0 out of 5
    A guest wrote
    on 06/11/2007

    “Maiori has the longest boardwalk. Great resturaunts and beutiful views all around.”

    This review has been given for property no. 226005

This is how holiday rental owners described Maiori

Erchie is small village in the Maiori (7 km away) urban jurisdictionbut but closer to Cetara (2 Km away). Erchie is so small a village that you will not find it on most maps. So I think I need to say something about this charming little village. With a few ...
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hundreds inhabitants, mostly fishermen, Erchie is a romantic and quiet village on the Amalfi Coast.

The heart of the village is the main beach which is surrounded by rocky slopes covered with luxuriant vegetation dispersed with little white houses. Many exclusive beaches and coves where to bathe, dive or take the sun, are hidden along the coast and can be reached only by boat.

Ask Ignazio to take you by boat to one of these fabulous beaches and tell him when he has to come back to pick you up. The shuttle-boat service will cost you only a few euros. Ignazio has his little boat rental business to the right end of the Erchie beach
In Erchie you will find two food stores and three restaurants (not all of them though open the year around). Franco, at restaurant Delfino, cooks excellent fish dishes prepared according to the local tradition.

Erchie is a place where you feel you have stepped back 100 years in time, where you walk three times slower and rush nowhere. Be prepared to embrace ‘il dolce far niente’, the sweetness of doing nothing. Forget your projects and deadlines. And escape to Erchie.

But, I’m sure, you will not want to miss the Amalfi Coast international jet-set holiday resorts.

Beloved by artists from everywhere, with their enchanting views, shopping and strolls by the sea, Sorrento, Amalfi, Positano and Ravello are only few kilometres away from Erchie. Capri, the island of the dreams, with its incomparable beauty, can be reached in less than one hour by hydrofoil from the Amalfi harbour. What else? Pompeii, is less than one hour drive, Paestum, a little more than one hour. A visit to this world famous locations is a must. Erchie is very well located at the centre of them all.
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source: Di Bianco

Vacation in a holiday home at the Amalfi Coast

Anyone who wants to relax on natural beaches and enjoy the best of southern Italy should consider a vacation in holiday houses at Amalfi. The Amalfi Coast offers beautiful a coastline and countryside which has attracted many great artists. Amalfi's coast is located in the southwest of Italy, in the Campania region. Holiday homes in this area display unique medieval charm, and many holiday apartments are located directly along the beachside cliffs.

Holiday homes close to the sky

From romantic Ravello, through maritime Amalfi, to busy Salerno, the Amalfi Coast features breathtaking views along the dramatic coastline. You can rent a car to visit all of Amalfi's highlights, or take a hiking trip along trails in the countryside. It is also possible to explore the area by bike, along the hill paths and through lemon tree orchards. If you're looking for a truly special place to find holiday rentals, consider renting holiday houses near Valle dei Mulini. This steep-sided ravine is well worth seeing for its historic watermills where the inhabitants used to make paper; something that Amalfi is still famous for today.

Artisanship and historic beauty

The region has many gems to discover if you take the time to stay in one of Amalfi's holiday houses. The Amalfi coast consists of not only picturesque countryside and small Italian towns, but also many historic churches. Remember to visit Vietri sul Mare, a village which is known for its intricate traditional ceramics. If you book holiday apartments in Ravello, visit Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo. Other interesting holiday apartments are in Praiano, where one can visit the churches of San Luca and San Gennaro and enjoy scenic views of the landscape. The best time to travel is spring or summer, when you can enjoy Italy's nature in its prime.

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